Schweisser

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Schweisser
Schweisser.jpg
Schweisser 2001
Background information
Origin Germany
Genres Thrash metal, Groove metal, Industrial metal
Years active 1987–2001, 2006-present
Labels Intercord (until 2001)
Südpol Music (since 2006)
Website www.schweisser.org
Members Tommi Böck (vocals, guitar)
Fabian Exter (guitar, bass, vocals, 2006-present)
Martin Messerschmidt (drums, 2006-present)
Past members Buffo Völker (guitar, 1987-2001)
Greulix Shrank (drums, 1987-2001)
Sepp Lautenbacher (bass guitar, 1987-2001)
Miene Gruber (saxophone, 1987-2001)

Schweisser (German for "welder") is a German heavy metal band that formed in 1990. They produced five albums before breaking up in 2001.

In 2006, lead singer Tommi Böck revived the band, although he is the only remaining original member. Martin Messerschmidt from The Notwist (drums) and Fabian Exter (guitar) joined him. Schweisser's latest record, Pororoca, was released on 25 August 2006.

Discography[edit]

  • Pororoca - 2006
  • Bitte Warten - 2000
  • Heiland - 1997
  • Willkommen im Club - 1996
  • Eisenkopf - 1994
  • Auf der Autobahn zur Hölle - 1992
  • Schweisser/Schwarze Platte - 1989

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